V1 Motorsports can customize, add to, raise up, lower, or audio-upgrade your classic or brand new auto or truck. And Big Willie Choppers will do for your Harley what V1 Motorsports will for your car or truck. Then there's Mobile Dynamics in Tempe, who train tech-wizards to install stereos, computer navigation systems, complete security systems, and even direct TVs in SUVs and limos.
If it goes on a car I can probably do it! says Bader Bedro, owner of V1 Motorsports. Located for the past 9 months at 2412 N.Scottsdale Rd. #101 in Tempe, V1 Motorsports has been welcoming customers who want to customize, add to, raise up, lower, or audio-upgrade their brand new or classic automobile or truck.
Bedro prides himself on offering customers everything from performance upgrades to dropping in brand new engines to classic autos being restored. He likens his shop to the successful motorcycle and custom car reality shows now so popular on cable channels. At V1 Motorsports a customer can usually get service for his vehicle the same day. With 6 garage bays, 4000 square feet, and a crew of 4 technicians V1 Motorsports can upgrade your car stereo or completely replace your factory interior with something exclusive and customize it just for you.
Unsure of what you'd like to do your custom truck or car? Want some ideas on how to add more exclusive features? Visit V1 Motorsports in person and take a look at a showroom with a customized truck and car. The garage also has many pictures of detailed and renovated cars, new and used, for the customer to choose from in deciding what best fits into his or her unique upgrade.
Sharing V1 Motorsports is Big Willie Choppers. Very much like the chopper renovation shows on cable TV, Big Willie Choppers will do for your Harley Davidson motorcycle what V1 Motorsports will for your car or truck. So visit or call V1 Motorsports to get some exciting ideas for your own vehicle. After all, with gas prices over $3.00 a gallon, why not really enjoy what you drive? Call V1 Motorsports at (480) 663-0900 or visit their website at www.V1Motorsports.com for more information!
On The Road also talked with a unique automotive technical school. Ever wonder how those tech-wizards who crawl under your dashboard get to know where all the wires, speakers, and audio components go when you get a new stereo sound system installed on your car of SUV? Mobile Dynamics, located at 415 S. 48th St. in Tempe has been in the business of certifying technicians since 1990.
With a school in Tempe and in Toronto, Canada, Mobile Dynamics co-owner Tom Gozda has been teaching students everything from stereo and speaker installations to computer navigation systems, complete security systems, and even the installation of direct TVs in SUVs and limos. Cars are more electronic and technical today than ever. There is even a national certification that students receive upon graduation from the 8 week program, the MECP (Mobile Electronic Certified Professional) certificate issued tells employers that this student has been qualified to work on most any automotive product doing installations of electronic equipment upgrades. And employers take this certification seriously. With students attending from as far away as South Africa and Taiwan, Mobile Dynamics has been certifying young graduates interested in a career in automotive electronics. The school even gives coursework in woodwork and soldering so that technicians will be equipped to handle most any automotive or truck electronic installation.
"What attracts people to this profession is their ability to be creative" says co-owner Tom Gozda of his students. With new classes starting monthly students don't take long to get certified in a rewarding automotive career. Most students have jobs waiting for them upon certification and some students are even in their 40s or older, looking for a second career in this fast growing, creative field. Look up www.mobiledynamics.com or call (480) 557-0675 for more information today!